Past Events

Action for Arthritis

This year’s theme for World Arthritis Day (12 October 2020) is ‘It’s in your hands, take action’. With an estimated 1 in 7 Australians being diagnosed with arthritis, the condition is named as the second most common cause of early retirement.

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Don’t Miss A Beat! | Virtual Zumba for World Heart Day

Get your groove on and look after your heart health on Tuesday 29th September from 11am – 12 pm with our Virtual Zumba Class!   Join qualified Instructor Norma for an engaging session designed for older adults who are looking for a modified Zumba class that recreates the original moves you love at a lower-intensity.…

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Royal Botanic Garden Sydney – September Outing

Join us for spring walk at Royal Botanic Garden Sydney on Thursday, 24th September! Immerse yourself in the wonderful scents, colours and shapes of spring & Enjoy a cuppa & lovely catchup afterward MEET OUR TEAM @SHARE office @9.30am for bus pickup OR @Royal Botanic Garden Sydney @10.00am Booking is essential, please contact 8580 0628 or admin@share.org.au   Note: Physical…

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Brain Booster Seminar – World Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

Interested in finding out how to support healthy brain function and overall wellbeing?   To mark World Alzheimer’s Awareness Month, SHARE partnered with Nutrition Australia NSW on September 1st 2020 to present an interactive and practical webinar on reducing the risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease. Watch the recording today and learn how to move,…

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Outing Day: The Biennale of Sydney

Join us for a day of friendship, connection and exploring magnificent art. The Biennale of Sydney is an international festival of contemporary art – the largest and best-attended contemporary visual arts event in the country. The theme for 2020 is NIRIN, meaning ‘edge’ in the language of the Wiradjuri People of western NSW, is a…

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National Pain Week

This week is National Pain Week (July 27 to August 2) highlighting chronic pain – pain that doesn’t go away after the injury or illness has resolved and lasts at least three months. According to Chronic Pain Australia, chronic pain is one of the world’s fastest growing medical conditions and is a significant issue affecting…

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Term 3/2020 Updates

We are delighted to announce that many of our classes are resuming in Term 3/2020, including classes at St George Hospital, Oatley RSL, Earlwood, Strathfield, Caringbah, Miranda, Engadine, Peakhurst and Kogarah. Tentative arrangements and COVID19 Safety plan are in place to ensure the safety all our instructors and participants during this difficult time. While some…

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Tea & Talk @SHARE office on 25th June 2020

As COVID19 restriction has been eased small groups with physical distancing can meet, why not pay us a visit at our head office we look forward to welcoming you. We are holding events for small groups and it is our hope that at some stage all of you would have been to the office. Amongst with…

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SHARE supports Refugee communities

Refugee Week is Australia’s peak annual activity to raise awareness about the issues affecting refugees and celebrate the positive contributions made by refugees to Australian society. This year refugee week is from June 14 to 20, 2020. SHARE has been supporting refugee community through various community projects. It is definitely our privilege to be a…

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Tea & Talk with SHARE

As COVID19 restriction is started lifting up, SHARE office is now available to welcome our participants for small group events. While waiting for normal class to go back, SHARE is now launching our new program called “Tea and Talk”. This is a support group activity that Share provides for our community in helping seniors with…

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SHARE celebrates Volunteer Week

                                                  National Volunteer Week is the annual celebration to acknowledge the generous contribution of our nation’s volunteers. At this uncertain time we feel that it is more important than ever to recognise…

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SHARE in Media

Ageing causes bone health to decrease, leading to balance and flexibility issues, which can make it difficult to walk. However, engaging in exercise on a regular basis can strengthen muscles and also reduce the risk of a hip fracture, joint pain or age-related conditions such as osteoporosis. Exercise may also help seniors to feel energised,…

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Building Partnership – Community engagement to help with stresses of COVID-19

During COVID-19, SHARE has formed many partnership to better serve the communities.   SHARE is proud to announce collaborations partnership with Nepalese Community Association. Partnership is well balanced and SHARE has developed  platform to navigate exercise programs, counselling services, education and Nutrition programs. During the unprecedented time, we have stepped up to help this community…

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Happy Mother’s Day

SHARE team would like to take this opportunity to send all best wishes and lots of love to all amazing mothers out there. We wish you have a wonderful time with your family and loved ones!  

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Class Cancellation due to Coronavirus situation

Dear All In 2020, the world is facing one of the biggest challenges in modern medical history, the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus. Like so many organisations, SHARE (Building Healthier Communities – Learn for Life) is working through the implications. As a precautionary measure based on the available advice we write to you about our ongoing programs. In…

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SHARE – Happy Ageing Together @ Inner West Council

It has been a busy month for SHARE team, but hey we love it and feel blessed that our organisation is growing and with that we are able to provide more caring programs to our community. We had an opportunity to meet and talk to so many lovely, beautiful-soul people from different LGA. On Wednesday…

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SHARE @ Sutherland Shire Retirement & Recreation Expo

SHARE team and our beloved volunteer participant – Nancy, had a very busy day at Sutherland Shire Retirement & Recreation Expo. It was lovely to meet and talk to Sutherland residents and introduce them to our classes in Engadine, Caringbah, Sylvania Height and Miranda. If you’re not sure what service we have in Sutherland Shire, check…

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Good Morning Yoga keeps receiving great feedback

This morning our General manager Adrian Prakash had a visit to Good Morning Yoga class and was amazed by the number of participants attending. It was such an honor for SHARE to coordinate this program and  receiving wonderful feedback. This class has been a fundamental part of many Nepalese grandparents’ routine who live in St.…

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Senior Festival Week with Cumberland Council

Attendees joined in yoga and Tai Chi class which was not only educational but fun. Our guest speaker was President Barbara Ward who gave us an inspirational talk, informative data and quizzed everyone on the benefits of exercise, statics and encouraged everyone to join one of SHARE classes. Our heartfelt thanks to Cumberland Council and…

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Outing trip to Nan Tien temple

Our Nepalese community class today had a visit to Nan Tien temple – the biggest Buddhist temple in the southern hemisphere. Nan Tien temple is a wonderful place to practice meditation, to pray and pay their respects to the Buddha. This outing trip is a part of SHARE Nepalese Fitness and Culture project, which is proudly supported by…

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St. George Community Award 2019

The outstanding contribution of individuals and organisations who volunteer have been recognised in the ninth annual St George Community Awards by Oatley MP Mark Coure at Club Central in Hurstville on Monday, November 18 before an audience of more than 400 people. Yet another year, SHARE is proudly presented Community Group Achievement Award and our…

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Good Morning Yoga, program for Nepalese Community

With support from Multicultural NSW, NSW Goverment, SHARE proudly introduces our new program “Good Morning Yoga” for Nepalese Community. This two-hour class is conducted by Nepalese Yoga Maser and Internationally recognised Life Coach Acharya Rajan Sharma who is much loved by this community. The program includes meditation, yoga movement, yoga laugh and dance. If you wish…

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Ayurveda Event – Castlereagh Hotel

SHARE Instructors , participants and staff attended ‘Ayurveda for Holistic Health’ presented by Dr Sharma, followed by refreshments and networking. Ayurveda is a system of traditional medicine native to India which includes exercise through yoga. All attendees found this event to informative, interesting and fun – as it demonstrated the many health benefits of Ayurveda.

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SHARE President Barbara Ward attended Indian Community Afternoon Tea – Parliament House

The Hon Premier Gladys Berejiklian and The Hon. John Sidoti MP Minister for Sport, Minister for Multiculturalism Minister for Seniors, Minister for Veterans invited Indian Community leaders, members, and association presidents to afternoon tea to personally thank the contribution this community makes to NSW. Also attending were many NSW Government Ministers, Members of Parliament and staff.

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SHARE’s Christmas in July was a great success!

Camera.. Action… Belly Dancing!

For yet another year, SHARE offered participants and friends the opportunity to come together and strengthen community bonds at our annual ‘Christmas In July’ lunch.

A huge success, with a 100% attendance, this year’s event put all other years to shame!

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SHARE celebrated Women’s Month

The Women’s Month celebration of SHARE took place at the Kogarah School of Arts, where more than sixty woman of the community gathered for free to socialise, have fun and listened to great speakers discussing gender and senior related subjects.

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$67,000 Boost for SHARE Wellness Programs

Mr Mark Coure MP, Member for Oatley, Parliamentary Secretary for Transport and Infrastructure announced a donation of $67,000 to SHARE SMR INC to assist with the purchase of a 12-seater bus to transport program participants who no longer able to drive and/or rely on family and friends.

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